Coronavirus: Indian Navy Provides Quarantine Facility In Visakhapatnam

As we know that our Indian army always protects from all problems as well as the Indian Navy is also supporting the country to fight against the coronavirus. Due to this fight Eastern Naval Command order to set up a quarantine camp at INS Vishwakarma. 


In this camp, the Navy supports people who are rescued from the COVID-19 infected Countries. this is very good news for people.


A Press Statement said that the camp is fully prepared to provide all facilities with other arrangements to nearly 200 people. There is no panic for the people and they will be safe in this camp.

People who return to India will be fully safe with closely monitored social and medical care. This protocol laid down by the Department of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India. A team of naval personnel and medical professionals of ENC also participate in this process.

All people will be isolated for a period of fourteen days so that other people will be safe from this coronavirus. This process is the benefit for our health organization and hopes all people will support to this cam and help in this fight agents to coronavirus.

ENC also Coordinates with State and District health administration. The main reason for this process is that all people can get the benefit of healthcare and we can prevent the spread of the virus.

The total number of confirmed cases in India reported to 168 on Thursday.